The skipjack are biting in Oklahoma... My favorite method is to use an ultralite rod and 4 pound line with a pair of 1/64th oz white jigs with blue accents and a pink head. Rig them one behind the other with the second one from the end tied onto a dropper loop about 18" above the end jig. Cast the jigs out into the fast water near foam and eddy currents where the generators produce boils. Reel the jigs back at a good clip to excite the skipjack into striking. You'll often have two at a time. The average size here seems to be about 6" with another year class averaging 11 to 14". The bigger ones fight as hard as a nice catfish. The skipjack to four inches make two cut baits each, while larger ones make several with the head being the choice bait and the gut section second best. Many catmen fish the skipjack whole while others cut the smaller ones into 1/2" thick steaks and thread several on the hook at the same time. Some simply use the head and filet the herring for baits. Any way you cut them, the skipjack are a great bait.